La Jolla, California is home to over 42,000 residents. It is a beautiful, affluent neighborhood that has seven miles of coastline. Most of the homes for sale are luxury residences that are close in proximity to the beach. The average home is smaller with a few bedrooms. The larger homes tend to be more expensive; however, they often provide a better view of the ocean. Since the neighborhood is more affluent, many investors are attracted La Jolla.
The majority of La Jolla resides on a hilly seaside community. Beautiful beaches and bluffs surround it. The city is also conveniently located to downtown San Diego - only 12 miles north. La Jolla is also 40 miles south of Orange County. In addition to the beauty of the area, many people are attracted to the amazing climate. The average daily temperature in La Jolla is 70.5, and the weather stays mild all year long. La Jolla has a variety of neighborhoods including La Jolla Shores, La Jolla Farms, La Jolla Heights, Bird Rock, Lower Hermosa, Muirlands West, Soledad South, Hidden Valley, and Beach-Barber Tract. These neighborhoods are filled with homes and other amenities for residents and guests.
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